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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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Bishopriggs looked after them attentively--observed that they were talking in whispers--and approved of that proceeding, as representing another of the established customs of young married couples at inns, in the presence of third persons appointed to wait on them.
In fine, they remained three days with the newly married couple, by whom they were entertained and treated like kings.
The priest addressed a hasty homily to the pair on the perils of life, on the duties they must, some day, inculcate upon their children,--throwing in, at this point, an indirect reproach to Ginevra on the absence of her parents; then, after uniting them before God, as the mayor had united them before the law, he left the now married couple.
From Oberkreuzberg, January 21st, the DONAU ZEITUNG receives a long account of a crime, which we shortened as follows: In Rametuach, a village near Eppenschlag, lived a young married couple with two children, one of which, a boy aged five, was born three years before the marriage.
Pickwick was weary of dancing, the newly- married couple had retired from the scene.
The newly married couple took a cottage on the outskirts of Edinburgh, and there Carlyle settled down to his writing.
The gate at which they had entered, was softly unfastened and opened by Monks; merely exchanging a nod with their mysterious acquaintance, the married couple emerged into the wet and darkness outside.
MARRIED couples are collectively missing out on as much as PS1.
Helen Morrissey, of Royal London, said: "Individuals need to be aware that there are many tax breaks and state pension advantages which apply only to married couples.
Married couples also have advantages when it comes to income tax, with some tax allowances for married couples only.
Martin says: The marriage tax allowance I referred to allows married couples (or civil partners), where one doesn't earn enough to pay income tax, to transfer 10% of their tax free allowance to their spouse, as long as their spouse only pays basic 20% income tax.
Caleruega Philippines, the famous Dominican retreat center in Nasugbu, Batangas, where many weddings have been held, will hold its annual Holy Week Retreat for Married Couples April 7-9.